|The Jack Benny Program, Season 2, Episode 1 â Aired: 11/04/1951|
The guest stars are singer Dorothy Shay, the "Park Avenue Hillbilly" and musician Frank Remley. Bob Crosby walks on stage in the middle of one of Jack's monologue jokes and proceeds to sing "I'm Sending You a Big Bouquet of Roses". Then, Don Wilson interrupts to apologize for being late. Mel Blanc, the taxi driver who brought Wilson to the studio, brings in the briefcase he left behind. Jack is shocked when Don tips him a five! Dorothy Shay sings "Beverly Hills"...
Keywords: Jack Benny; Dorothy Shay; Frank Remley; Bob Crosby; Don Wilson; Mel Blanc
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|Jack Benny Program: Season 4, Episode 8: Jack dreams he is married to Mary|
(From TV.com) Rochester writes in his diary about the day's events: Mary rushes over to discuss something important and Jack thinks she's going to accept one of his numerous marriage proposals. Instead, she lectures him on being so cheap. Jack dozes on the couch and dreams about their wedding ceremony, with justice of the peace Don Wilson turning it into a Lucky commercial. Then it's on to their 21st anniversary; he's a failed radio actor/house husband and she's the breadwinner, still working at...
Keywords: Jack Benny; Mary Livingstone; Eddie Anderson; Don Wilson; Mel Blanc; Joan Benny; Ann Wilner; Leon Tyler; Barbara Pepper
|Jack Benny Program: Season 7, Episode 8: Talent Show|
(From TV.com) During Jack's monologue about his Christmas gifts, Don interrupts with a purse found by an usher. Jayne Mansfield comes out of the audience to claim it, saying the usher grabbed it from her when she was walking past. Jayne says it's a sneaky way to get a guest star. The Sportsmen Quartet sing and Rochester dances to "New Years in Trinidad" leading into the musical Lucky Strike ad. Jack conducts a talent contest...
Keywords: Jack Benny; Don Wilson; Eddie Anderson; Mel Blanc; Jayne Mansfield; Iris Arian; Leon Lanza; June Earle; Muriel Landers; Bill Days; Gurney Bell; Robert Garsen; Martin Sperzel
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|Jack Benny Program: Season 5, Episode 5: The Life of Jack Benny|
(From TV.com) Rochester is typing up the script for next week's show: Jack Benny's life story. The Sportsmen Quartet sing "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby." Jack begins auditioning actors for the various parts in his saga. He hires a gorgeous young woman to play his first love, and his real first girlfriend to be his mother. He passes on the first young man who's auditioning to play himself as a child, instead casting the pushy little boy who is acting as the kid's agent.
Keywords: Jack Benny; Eddie Anderson; Don Wilson; Mel Blanc; Jimmy Baird; Harry Shearer; Jean Willes; Leigh Snowden; Dick Ryan; Joe Besser
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